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have your experience dealing with the latino women of los angeles, your thoughts? >> guest: my thoughts are that this is a big country, and there's room for everybody, and i also think on a very personal level that we are on this earth to celebrate diversity, not to hate each other, but to respect each other. >> host: uh-huh. you feature in "the invisible wounds of war," the poems of brian turner. explain who he is. >> guest: brian turner. he comes from a military family, and as we know of families whether you're a police family or a fireman or professor or -- he decided to join the army. and he was majoring in literature in college and thinking about writing. and he went to iraq, and he had a totally -- he refers to himself as a witness. and he wrote two wonderful books of poems, one called "hear bullet," and the other is "phantom noise" which was about his experience in the war. they both won awards. i saw them in a magazine, i thought, i have to get to know this man. so we spoke on the phone. i did interview him. i got permission to use his poems. i thought it would be very interesti
with latino women of los angeles, what are your thoughts? >> guest: my thoughts are this is a big country and there is room for everybody. i also think on a personal level we're on this earth to celebrate diversity, not to hate each other but to respect each other. >> host: you feature in the invisible wounds of war, the poems of brian turner. explain who he is. >> guest: brian turner, he comes from a military family and as in all families whether it is a police family or a fireman or a professor, he decided to join the army, and, he was majoring in literature in college. and thinking about writing. and. he went to iraq. he had a totally, he refers to himself as a witness. he wrote two wonderful books of poems, one called, here bullet, and another, phantom noise. it was about his experience in the war. they both won awards. they both had a magazine. we spoke on the phone. i have did interview him. i got permission to use his poems. i thought it would be very interesting to see about a soldier who is writing about what happens. even more important about brian turner, in his second book, "a
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